MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., Nov. 4, 2013 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced today it has expanded its distributor network for the Honeywell Burdick & Jackson® line of solvents, reagents and chromatography products for laboratories and pharmaceutical production.
Nurnberg Scientific, a leading scientific supply company, has become a Burdick & Jackson distributor for Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
Nurnberg Scientific, based in Portland, Ore., is a full service distributor, offering local stock for companies in the Pacific Northwest and a comprehensive website for ease of ordering. Nurnberg Scientific, formed in 1946, originated as a division of Nurnberg Thermometer, which was started in 1895 in New York.
“Our distributor network is important to ensure we can quickly and efficiently service our customers and get them the research chemicals that they need,” said Jeremy Diringer, marketing manager for Burdick & Jackson. “The addition of Nurnberg Scientific, which has earned a reputation for exceptional service, further strengthens our distributor network.”
Honeywell Burdick & Jackson has provided high-quality research chemicals and supplies to the chemical and pharmaceutical industries for more than 50 years. It maintains laboratories and production facilities in Muskegon, Michigan; Seelze, Germany; and Shanghai, China. To learn more about Burdick & Jackson products and access the distributor network and online product catalog, visit www.burdickandjackson.com.
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